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Higher productivity in agriculture contribute to better nutrition by raising incomes, especially in countries where agriculture accounts for a large share of the economy and employment, and by reducing the cost of food for all consumers.
But it is important to the realization that the impact of agricultural growth is slow, and may not be enough to lead to a rapid reduction of malnutrition.
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It will continue the steady increase in agricultural productivity to be essential in the coming decades, we must increase the production of staple foods by 60% of the response to the expected growth in demand, however, that healthy diets beyond the scope of basic foods; are diverse, and contain balanced composition and appropriate energy and nutrients.
For these reasons must be priorities in the field of agricultural research and development into more feed, and to focus on some more on nutrient-rich foods such as fruit, vegetables, legumes, and foods of animal origin.
Also, efforts should be made towards greater interventions seeking to diversify produced by small-scale farmers - with integrated farming systems, for example. Relates to the field of work of the last promising to increase the content of staple foods of micronutrients - either through "strengthening bio", or by encouraging the use of varieties with content greater than the nutrients, or by looking again at the types of staple food crops is used adequately and rich nutrient.
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The interventions that agriculture means they are generally more effective when accompanied by raising the nutrition and implemented taking into account the different roles of men and women.
Changing consumer behavior:
It is vital that systems become more furtherance of the feed so that the food available, and easy to approach, and varied, and nutritious, but it is also necessary to help consumers make choices healthy food.
Has proven to promote behavior change through education campaigns and information on nutrition effectiveness, with addressing the issue of sanitation in the family and ensure food appropriate for all ages and stages of life at the same time, and even in locations that remain where the lack of nutrition and micronutrients major problem it is important to also work on the prevention of the rise in overweight and obesity, especially in the long term. The change in behavior may also reduce waste and contribute to the sustainable use of resources.
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